Museum's website showing information and pictures.
This board must have been restored at some point. See 'State'.
First owner Rudie Hoess established the Computerland Franchise and introduced the Apple II to the Australian market.
Rudie gave the Apple I to Apple Computer Australia Pty. Ltd.
Long term loan to the museum since 1999. According to the museum it was donated March 2010.
In leather briefcase. Power supply, cassette recorder, keyboard, Apple Cassette interface.RF modulator added..
Proto area populated with some IC's, LED etc., 2 DRAM chips replaced with purple ceramic versions. Many chips replaced with 80's chips. CPU has date code 8406 and PIA date code 8005). DRAM in bad shape. All 4 diodes IN4001 replaced. Probably LM323K replaced. Much solder at one point left of heat sink. PROMs seems to be original.
Article abought the owner and how he brought Apple to Australia
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